f

```I have a system described in differential equations and I have include
the options in the differential equation solving, and I incorporated
it in the s-function block and put it in the Simulink.

Here are my options and ode solver
options = odeset
('Mass',@xu_mass,'MassSingular','yes','MStateDependence','strong');
% odeset('MaxStep','1e-3');

% odeset('RelTol',1e-3,'AbsTol',1e-3);
domain = 0:1e-4:8;
[t,y]=ode23(@xu_eq,domain,[0;zeros(7,1)],options);

However, I don't know where to add the options to the simulation.

```
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2/7/2009 2:20:55 AM
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```On 2=D4=C27=C8=D5, =C9=CF=CE=E710=CA=B120=B7=D6, workaholic <liua...@gmail.=
com> wrote:
> I have a system described in differential equations and I have include
> the options in the differential equation solving, and I incorporated
> it in the s-function block and put it in the Simulink.
>
> Here are my options and ode solver
> options =3D odeset
> ('Mass',@xu_mass,'MassSingular','yes','MStateDependence','strong');
> % odeset('MaxStep','1e-3');
>
> % odeset('RelTol',1e-3,'AbsTol',1e-3);
> domain =3D 0:1e-4:8;
> [t,y]=3Dode23(@xu_eq,domain,[0;zeros(7,1)],options);
>
> However, I don't know where to add the options to the simulation.
>

Is there anyone who met such a problem? Thanks again in advance!
```
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liuauto (51)
2/8/2009 4:22:19 AM
```On 2=D4=C28=C8=D5, =CF=C2=CE=E712=CA=B122=B7=D6, workaholic <liua...@gmail.=
com> wrote:
> On 2=D4=C27=C8=D5, =C9=CF=CE=E710=CA=B120=B7=D6, workaholic <liua...@gmai=
l.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > I have a system described in differential equations and I have include
> > the options in the differential equation solving, and I incorporated
> > it in the s-function block and put it in the Simulink.
>
> > Here are my options and ode solver
> > options =3D odeset
> > ('Mass',@xu_mass,'MassSingular','yes','MStateDependence','strong');
> > % odeset('MaxStep','1e-3');
>
> > % odeset('RelTol',1e-3,'AbsTol',1e-3);
> > domain =3D 0:1e-4:8;
> > [t,y]=3Dode23(@xu_eq,domain,[0;zeros(7,1)],options);
>
> > However, I don't know where to add the options to the simulation.
>
>
> Is there anyone who met such a problem? Thanks again in advance!

So,can I do it in some other way? Hope someone can help me.
```
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liuauto (51)
2/9/2009 6:18:44 AM
```Actually,my equation is like:

M*dy = f(y).

Although M is nonsingular, but the inv(M) is very complicated, and
when put to the right side,it turns out to be abnormal output of some
of the states stay zero. So I have to use the Mass option in the
odeset.

And f(y) is so complicated a nonlinear equation that I can't draw it
out in Simulink using small nonlinear blocks.So I have to use the s-
function block.

So where to add the options in s-funtion block in Simulink? I looked
up the docs of s-function but it seems that there is no guidance there
for such a case, then how can I do? Is there anyway to convert the
equation to another form?

```
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liuauto (51)
2/9/2009 7:25:30 AM
```On 2=D4=C29=C8=D5, =CF=C2=CE=E73=CA=B125=B7=D6, workaholic <liua...@gmail.c=
om> wrote:
> Actually,my equation is like:
>
> M*dy =3D f(y).
>
> Although M is nonsingular, but the inv(M) is very complicated, and
> when put to the right side,it turns out to be abnormal output of some
> of the states stay zero. So I have to use the Mass option in the
> odeset.
>
> And f(y) is so complicated a nonlinear equation that I can't draw it
> out in Simulink using small nonlinear blocks.So I have to use the s-
> function block.
>
> So where to add the options in s-funtion block in Simulink? I looked
> up the docs of s-function but it seems that there is no guidance there
> for such a case, then how can I do? Is there anyway to convert the
> equation to another form?
>

Can I utilize the level 2 m-function? Can it help?
```
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liuauto (51)
2/11/2009 8:54:34 AM
```Did you ever solve this issue?

I'm also interested in being able to set the ode options in a simulink model.
```
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cbrundick (27)
2/24/2009 1:11:01 PM
```On 2=D4=C224=C8=D5, =CF=C2=CE=E79=CA=B111=B7=D6, "CSB" <cbrund...@hotmail.c=
om> wrote:
> Did you ever solve this issue?
>
> I'm also interested in being able to set the ode options in a simulink mo=
del.

I don't know whether it works, I multiply the mass matrix in the s-
function 's derivative function output, since I guess the s-functionn
may use the derivate step by step to solve the ode equation, until now
```
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liuauto (51)
3/2/2009 8:46:36 AM
```workaholic <liuauto@gmail.com> wrote in message <d980f636-ee56-4f99-817a-20c94395a923@s9g2000prg.googlegroups.com>...
> On 2=D4=C224=C8=D5, =CF=C2=CE=E79=CA=B111=B7=D6, "CSB" <cbrund...@hotmail.c=
> om> wrote:
> > Did you ever solve this issue?
> >
> > I'm also interested in being able to set the ode options in a simulink mo=
> del.
>
> I don't know whether it works, I multiply the mass matrix in the s-
> function 's derivative function output, since I guess the s-functionn
> may use the derivate step by step to solve the ode equation, until now

Thanks.  I've confirmed with MATLAB support that those ODE options are not available in Simulink.  Apparently, they are completely different implementations from the ODE solvers in MATLAB.
```
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cbrundick (27)
3/3/2009 8:53:03 PM
```On 3=D4=C24=C8=D5, =C9=CF=CE=E74=CA=B153=B7=D6, "CSB" <cbrund...@hotmail.co=
m> wrote:
> workaholic <liua...@gmail.com> wrote in message <d980f636-ee56-4f99-817a-=
> > On 2=3DD4=3DC224=3DC8=3DD5, =3DCF=3DC2=3DCE=3DE79=3DCA=3DB111=3DB7=3DD6=
, "CSB" <cbrund...@hotmail.c=3D
> > om> wrote:
> > > Did you ever solve this issue?
>
> > > I'm also interested in being able to set the ode options in a simulin=
k mo=3D
> > del.
>
> > I don't know whether it works, I multiply the mass matrix in the s-
> > function 's derivative function output, since I guess the s-functionn
> > may use the derivate step by step to solve the ode equation, until now
>
> Thanks.  I've confirmed with MATLAB support that those ODE options are no=
t available in Simulink.  Apparently, they are completely different impleme=
ntations from the ODE solvers in MATLAB.

```
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liuauto (51)
3/5/2009 9:38:13 AM
```There is a solution but it is undocumented.

In MdlMassMatrixFcn you can set a mass matrix using ssSetMassMatrix.

Unfortunately looking for those keywords in Google only results in finding my unanswered questions regarding this topic.

Christophe

workaholic <liuauto@gmail.com> wrote in message <fb81fbd9-09ed-4038-bf87-30f0f3d383ef@d2g2000pra.googlegroups.com>...
> On 3=D4=C24=C8=D5, =C9=CF=CE=E74=CA=B153=B7=D6, "CSB" <cbrund...@hotmail.co=
> m> wrote:
> > workaholic <liua...@gmail.com> wrote in message <d980f636-ee56-4f99-817a-=
> > > On 2=3DD4=3DC224=3DC8=3DD5, =3DCF=3DC2=3DCE=3DE79=3DCA=3DB111=3DB7=3DD6=
> , "CSB" <cbrund...@hotmail.c=3D
> > > om> wrote:
> > > > Did you ever solve this issue?
> >
> > > > I'm also interested in being able to set the ode options in a simulin=
> k mo=3D
> > > del.
> >
> > > I don't know whether it works, I multiply the mass matrix in the s-
> > > function 's derivative function output, since I guess the s-functionn
> > > may use the derivate step by step to solve the ode equation, until now
> >
> > Thanks.  I've confirmed with MATLAB support that those ODE options are no=
> t available in Simulink.  Apparently, they are completely different impleme=
> ntations from the ODE solvers in MATLAB.
>
> Then what is your solution?
```
 0
1/1/2013 9:53:07 AM
```I have the same problem. Is there a documented solution now? Or can you tell me how you simulate the DAE in simulink?

> There is a solution but it is undocumented.
>
> In MdlMassMatrixFcn you can set a mass matrix using ssSetMassMatrix.
>
> Unfortunately looking for those keywords in Google only results in finding my unanswered questions regarding this topic.
>
> Christophe
>
```
 0
Marius
10/1/2015 8:32:08 AM

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